Gregory Anderson

Founder & President

Greg served in government for over 36 years with a focus in law enforcement and has been instrumental in the change in organizations. He has served in both larger and smaller agencies and is one of the few professionals to actually form a new law enforcement agency from its inception.  

 

Greg is a nationally known speaker, instructor and consultant and focuses on leadership, supervision, internal affairs and problem employees. Greg has also consulted with government agencies nationwide on professional standards, internal affairs and best practices models.

Greg has consulted with law enforcement agencies from all across the country and is instrumental in providing "best practices" to government organization.  He also is under contract with the United State Department of Justice - Civil Rights Division and a subject matter expert and litigative consultant.  Greg is a certified use of force analyst and is also available to provide detailed analysis and testimonial experience for litigation purposes.

You can see Greg's biography here.

"We are a fast growing group that wants to enhance the public value that your organization provides. We are accomplished at reviewing organizations, setting goals that matter, and providing outstanding training that will benefit you and your people.  We look forward to meeting you and your team and helping you define your goals, develop solutions - and realize them..."

Dale Gustafson

Consultant and Instructor
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Dale served as a municipal police officer in the suburbs of Chicago, IL for thirty-one years.  Dale served with the Homewood Police Department for twenty-eight years where he progressed through the ranks to Deputy Chief.  He was very active with the South Suburban Association of Chiefs of Police and was selected by the membership to serve as the founding Team Commander for the Illinois Law Enforcement Alarms System’s Region 4 Mobile Field Force Team for which he was awarded the Association’s “President’s Award”. 

After retiring from the Homewood Police Department Dale was selected to serve as the Chief of Police for the Berkeley (IL) Police Department.  During his two years as Chief in the Village of Berkeley he assisted in the completion of the renovation of the Police Department and implemented new training programs, gang suppression initiatives and he introduced modern technology and operational procedures in the police department.

When the opportunity arose, Dale became the Chief of Police & Director of Emergency Management at Oakton Community College in Des Plaines, IL and Skokie, IL.  As Chief, he was responsible for the overall safety and security of the students, faculty, staff and guests of the college.  

Dale earned his Bachelors of Science Degrees in Business Management and Criminal Justice at Calumet College of St. Joseph and he earned his Masters of Science Degree in Criminal Justice from Chicago State University. Throughout his career Dale also attended several command level programs. 

R.P. "Rusty" Sullivan

Consultant and Instructor
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Rusty’s over 40-year law enforcement sworn and civilian career continues to build upon 20 years of accumulated full-time forensic practitioner/supervisor assignments while working with small to large sized police agencies. He is a court recognized expert in the forensic sub-disciplines of Latent Fingerprint and Digital Data Recovery along with being a lifetime member of the Illinois Division of the International Association for Identification (IDIAI- State Forensic Association) having previously served as its President & Chairman of the board and who was responsible for providing annual state level forensic training conferences and workshop(s).

His amassed experience includes evidence and digital device processing originating from basic property crime scenes, staged scenes, an organized crime million dollar plus warehouse burglary, internal affairs criminal investigations, officer involved shootings, in-custody deaths, gang drive-by shootings, hazardous material scenes, numerous domestic, as well as 100’s of homicides and other cases.

Rusty has been instructing law enforcement on evidence processing and recovery for over 18 years along with coordinating evidence room inventories and audits for law enforcement agencies.

Rusty will be providing instructing and consulting on Evidence Processing - Crime Scene to Courtroom Basics, Crime Scene Photography: Essentials, and Evidence/Property Management Best Practices as part of the On-Target Solution Group services.

Shawn Wetzel

Shawn has served in municipal law enforcement for 28 years with Peoria Police Department and currently assigned to Professional Standards. He started out his career within the Patrol Operations function and periodic collateral duties of as a Field Training Officer.    In 2005, he was promoted to Sergeant assigned to Patrol and later transferred to Field Training Division to oversee the Field Training program.  In 2008, Shawn transferred to Criminal Investigations as a supervisor to monitor the Juvenile Division detectives and cases of Criminal Investigation Division while maintaining collateral duties of the Field Training Divisions.  In 2013, he was promoted to Lieutenant and assigned to Patrol Operations with collateral duties of the Field Training program and its recruits. In 2016, he transferred to Professional Standards with duties to include tracking and conducting internal investigations, policy review and development, periodic department audits and maintaining the integrity of the department through a fair and impartial investigation and review process. In 2019, he became the departments Records Administrator to oversee the Records Division which handles the fulfillment of all subpoena’s, Freedom of Information Act requests, City licensing / Records checks, and various other records related duties. 

In 2021, he has returned to the Professional Standards Division with the duties as noted above.  During his tenure in a multitude of divisions, he has attained various specialized skills to include video and computer related training, local records and Freedom of Information Act certifications, and other investigative skill sets which assist in his current assignment. In October 2021, Shawn has been appointed a civilian administrative director for the Peoria Police Department.

Consultant and Instructor

Larry Lapp

Consultant and Instructor
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Larry began his 37-year law enforcement career with the North Aurora (IL) Police Department (NAPD) holding a variety of positions to include being the department’s Detective Sergeant. As the Detective Sergeant, Larry led a team of detectives investigating a multitude of criminal offenses.  Since NAPD was a relatively small agency, Larry carried a case load conducting several successful interviews and interrogations.

For the last ten years of his FBI career, Larry held several leaderships positions to include Supervisory Special Agent, Assistant Inspector, Assistant Special Agent in Charge and the Deputy Special Agent at the Chicago Field Office.  As the Assistant Special Agent in Charge, Larry had oversight responsibility for the entire Chicago FBI violent crime program supervising over 150 Agents, Task Force Officers and Professional Support personnel.  In this position, Larry was also the On-Scene Commander for all FBI SWAT Operations and all Active Shooter Scenes which involved an FBI response. 

Larry finished his law enforcement career as an Investigation Commander for the Schaumburg Police Department.  In this position, Larry helped improve the functionality of the division and the overall morale of the Detectives.  As a result, the department saw a substantial increase in their case solvability rate. 

Larry has both a Master’s degree in Business Administration and a Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice from Aurora University. 

Dr. Beata Staszewski, Psy.D

Consultant and Instructor
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Dr. Beata (Bea) Staszewski is an active sworn 16-year decorated veteran of the Chicago Police Department and has held multiple roles within the Department including patrol officer, community policing officer, school officer, and in-service trainer for the Department’s 11,000 sworn members. She is both the Program Coordinator for CPD’s Peer Support Program and a Peer Team Leader, and is also a member of the Crisis Intervention Team.

Beata holds a doctorate in Clinical Psychology with an Emphasis in Traumatic Stress Psychology, and is licensed in Illinois as both a Licensed Clinical Psychologist and a Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor. She is the First Vice President of the Chicago Association of Women in Law Enforcement (CAWLE). Beata has presented at national conferences and continues to facilitate programs such as Stress Management within CPD. Beata is an adjunct professor at Calumet College of Saint Joseph in the Public Safety Program. Her clinical experience includes working with first responders to assist them in managing their overall well-being and providing wellness checks to members of various first responder agencies

Dr. Staszewski focuses on Mental Health Awareness and Response for law enforcement as part of the On-Target Solutions Group services.

Dr. Carrie Steiner Psy.D

Consultant and Instructor

Dr. Steiner is a licensed clinical psychologist and founder of the First Responders Wellness Center, a private practice full service agency to meet the needs of police and first responders’ emotional wellness.   As a psychologist, she conducts police and public safety psychological evaluations and specializes in trauma therapy utilizing EMDR, exposure, and cognitive behavioral therapy.  Further, she develops wellness programs for police departments and does de-briefings after critical incidents.  Dr. Steiner is a certified trauma professional and member of the ILCAP and ICAP. 

Dr. Steiner is a 13-year former Chicago Police Officer, Crisis Intervention Team Leader, peer support member, and Chicago Police Academy instructor.  While working for the Chicago Police Department she spearheaded their veteran CIT training and autism spectrum training for law enforcement.  She also has FBI hostage negotiation training, has worked as a psychologist for Cook County and Kane County Jails as well as collaborated with federal government agencies on high risk cases.  She speaks national on mental illness and police response, officer wellness, trauma, CIT, Peer support, PTSD, and has several national and local awards. 

Dr. Steiner focuses on Mental Health Awareness and Response for law enforcement as part of the On-Target Solutions Group services.

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